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Library > Collections & Services > Collections > Rare Books & Manuscripts > Indiana Lawyers and Judges > Hoosier Legal Literaries > Thomas Riley Marshall Thomas Riley Marshall

14 Mar. 1854 - 1 June 1925

Thomas Riley Marshall was born in North Manchester, Indiana. He practiced law in Columbia City, Indiana. In 1908, Marshall was elected Governor of Indiana. He then received the nomination for Vice President and shared the Democratic ticket with Woodrow Wilson. They won the 1912 and 1916 elections. Marshall continued to be a popular public speaker after leaving office and was extremely active in the Masons throughout his life. His autobiography, Recollections of Thomas R. Marshall: A Hoosier Salad, was published posthumously.

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Recollections of Thomas R. Marshall, Vice President and Hoosier Philosopher: A Hoosier Salad. Indianapolis: Bobbs, 1925. [ISL call number: I 923 M369r]